TOLEDO -- Bill Clinton believes those who watched the debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump on Monday night saw a clear picture of what is at stake. "One day after Donald Trump effectively called out Hillary Clinton for her 30-year political career devoid of accomplishments and solutions, she sends Bill to remind Ohioans of the Clinton legacy of bad trade deals that have forced our local jobs overseas," said Seth Unger, Ohio spokesman for Trump's campaign.
Cheryl Mills, personal counsel to presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former deputy counsel to President Bill Clinton, bore a judge's blame for a bad search of email at the White House in 1998. U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth, who presided over an invasion of privacy suit against the Clintons, described the handling of the search as "loathsome."
A defensive Donald Trump lashed out at the debate moderator, complained about his microphone and threatened to make Bill Clinton's marital infidelity a campaign issue in a television appearance on Tuesday just hours after his first presidential debate with Hillary Clinton. And defying conventions of civility and political common sense, Trump levelled cutting personal criticism at a Miss Universe pageant winner, held up by Hillary Clinton in Monday night's debate as an example of her opponent's disrespect for women.
Mr. Clinton, the 42nd president, said Mrs. Clinton would bring people together, and offers empowerment, not resentment. Former President Bill Clinton campaigns for Hillary Clinton at Waite High School in east Toledo on National Voter Registration Day. The Waite marching band performed, and Mr. Clinton was preceded by about a half dozen speakers, including state Rep. Teresa Fedor (D., Toledo), who lives in East Toledo, and Waite graduate Julia Hernandez.
Following Monday night's debate -- which commentators largely agree Hillary Clinton won handily -- former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani had some thoughts on how he would've attacked the Democratic nominee had he been in Donald Trump's position. In video footage captured by Elite Daily writer Alexandra Svokos, Giuliani said he would have brought up Bill Clinton's affair with Monica Lewinsky -- a talking point Trump said he avoided because Clinton's "daughter was in the room."
Donald Trump was very proud of himself -- well, even more proud of himself than usual -- Monday night for not bringing up Bill Clinton's marital "indiscretions" during his debate against Hillary Clinton. In an interview with Fox right after the debate , Trump also talked about Bill Clinton's scandal and seemed to still be unsure if he'd bring it up in the next debate -- even though, again, he kind of, sort of, already brought it up in the first debate.
Mr Trump, making his first run for public office, praised himself for not attacking Mrs Clinton about the marital infidelity of her husband, former President Bill Clinton, during the debate at Hofstra University, but said in a Tuesday morning interview with Fox News that he may take up the attack line going forward.
In the hours after the debate, Rudy Giuliani and Newt Gingrich -- two political men who might be considered experts on the topic of marital infidelity -- as well as Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway went on TV to talk about how inappropriate it would have been for the GOP nominee to bring up the past infidelities of Hillary Clinton's husband.
Barred from participating in the Clinton-Trump showdown at New York's Hofstra University, Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein fights back with her own livestream Q&A contribution to the debate on social media. In answer to a debate question how to achieve prosperity, Stein said Clinton approved of NAFTA, which was signed into law by her husband, then president, Bill Clinton.
In 2001, during the waning days of President Bill Clinton's second term, the first family had to do what every other family has to do at some point in their lives - dump their stuff into boxes and move. The Clinton's had hired Sterling-based JK Moving Services, and as the team of movers moved personal items out of the White House and into several moving vans, Bill Clinton sat down cross-legged on the floor with one of the senior packers and began sorting through his CD collection.
During last night's presidential debate , there seemed to be a moment when Donald Trump warned Hillary Clinton that he was going to bring up Bill Clinton's past affairs, but he held back. It's been a topic he has warned would be his -- no pun intended -- trump card numerous times, and his surrogates are applauding him for not using his ace up his sleeve.
Hillary Clinton's sexism allegations against Republican Donald Trump are out of line, according to an Alabama lawmaker who accused the Democratic nominee of being married to a "rapist." "It is ironic that Lying Hillary blast Trump as a sexist when she is married to Bill, who is likely a rapist," Henry tweeted.